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Remember those awesome Mennonite dishes that mom made?!  Well they're ALL here in the classic cookbook that made Mennonite food famous!

Since 1962, The Mennonite Treasury of Recipes has been the "go to standard" of traditional Mennonite recipes. It has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. That’s a lot of tweiback! Here’s your chance to own a copy of this beloved cookbook, which has all your childhood favorites, right down to the Roll Kuchen!

All your favorite Mennonite recipes are here!

Kielke with schmaunt-fat of course!

Waffles and that ultimate sweet white sauce! (secret white sauce recipe included)

Heena sup Yes, the same great chicken soup that mom used to make!

Tweibach   Remember pulling of the top “bun” and filling it with jam?!

Summer Borscht Ahhh... the summer greens and dill!

Roll Kucken and Raboosi! on a hot summer day! Could life be any better?!  :-)

Portzelky  Why wait for New Years?!  Make these tasty raisin filled fritters any time!

Cabbage Rolls Holubschi the way it was meant to be; with rice AND beef!

Glums Wareneki There’s only one thing better than cottage cheese perogies; blueberry filled perogies!

OVER 100 OF YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES!

AND OVER 500 ADDITIONAL DISHES PREPARED IN MENNONITE HOMES

THE MENNONITE TREASURY, EXACTLY AS IT APPEARED IN THE VERY FIRST EDITION. IT'S NEVER CHANGED. THIS COOK BOOK IS THE ABSOLUTE DEFINITIVE MENNONITE RECIPE COLLECTION EVER PRODUCED!

You'll find all your favorites dishes among these recipes;

MENNONITE DISHES

BREADS AND ROLLS

SOUPS

SALADS AND DRESSINGS

MEAT POULTRY AND FISH

SUPPER AND CASSEROLES

VEGETABLE DISHES

PIES, PASTRY & DESERT

CAKES OF ALL KINDS

SQUARES AND SLICES 

COOKIES AND DAINTIES

FROSTINGS, FILLINGS AND SAUCES

PICKLES AND PRESERVES

CANDY 

QUANTITY SERVINGS

BONUS; HOB BUTCHERING TRADITIONS AND RECIPES

Pages: 252

PAPERBACK

Size: 6"X9" SPIRAL BOUND

Get a copy for the grand-kids too! It's a wonderful way to keep Mennonite food traditions alive.

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